In this spacious 191-square-feet of living space, you'll have a lovely sitting area, amenities galore and a generous view of the ocean thanks to the floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors. Step out onto the veranda to see the view up close and personal.
Spacious and comfortable, although the furniture is showing its age and wear. Really good location for my cabin. The balcony was a great extra that I made use of, but it could use painting to eliminate rust stains/spots. Didn't like the bathroom toiletries...body lotion didn't have a pleasant odor...but I'd brought my own.
(P.S.Fun watching some of the activities involved with the America's Cup near and around King's Wharf) Read entire member review >>
Cabin was very nice, more roomy than our usual veranda cabin. We love being in the aft section of the ship, very quiet and the rear elevators are handy to use. Our cabin steward took good care of us and our special needs, i.e., extra towels, blankets, distilled water, and an extension cord for my cpap. In concierge they give you nice french terry bathrobes instead of the thin waffled ones we usually get and thicker towels. Read entire member review >>
Our cabins steward was good; while we now need to request ice, the results were a half-filled container; Once we requested 2 containers the results were much improved.
Bed was very comfortable; balcony could stand some painting as there were some rust and paint flaking spots.
The shower, while having a shower curtain, we used clothespins to weigh down the curtain, thus it stayed inside the shower! Great trick! Storage in the bathroom was plenty.
Storage in the cabin was OK; Lots of room under the bed to store suitcases!
Using temporary wall hooks gave us places to hand robes, jackets,etc.
Doors are metal so using magnets allowed us to post calendars on walls and the door.
Afternoon canapes:not anything special and on occasion, unrecognizable. Read entire member review >>
Loved our cabin and having evening drinks on our balcony! In the future we may look at booking one floor lower as the support beams for the Oceanview Café above cut into some of the view but the benefit was that if there was any rain, the extended ceiling above us blocked us from the rain! Read entire member review >>
We liked the location as it was near a stairway and quiet, but definitely the back of the ship. Small cabin and veranda, but had everything needed, other than outlets. Only two and not in the bathroom. Not really sure what the benefits of Concierge Class were other than more rewards points. Read entire member review >>
Door broken and unusable, fridge dead, concierge amenities not provided, broken tiles in the bathroom, drapes failed to make the room dark at night. An absolute train wreck of a room! Read entire member review >>
Cabin was in an outstanding location on the ship an equal distance to the main dining room or Ocean View Cafe. The room itself was equivalent to a standard verandah so I am not sure the added cost for concierge is justified. Our cabin steward was outstanding, made us feel as a special welcomed guest onboard and kept our stateroom emmaculate throughout the cruise. This cabin provided sufficient storage and closet space for this 14 day cruise. The room did appear a little worn and refreshing is probably in order. No major problems with the room however. Read entire member review >>
Spacious cabin, lots of storage for the two of us. Would appreciate beds that allowed suitcases to e stored underneath. Well maintained. A couple of minor difficulties with the TV remotes (an absolute necessity nowadays), and the w/c were immediately taken care of. The stewards were top rate, worked well together, and pampered us endlessly - keepers both. Personally, I would have appreciated the room to be a bit cooler but my companion was just fine thanks. Read entire member review >>
Cabin was typical size with an adequate balcony. The closet doors were directly across from the bathroom door which made it difficult at times when two people were trying to take showers and get dressed at the same time. Read entire member review >>
The cabin had ample space; didn't seem squeaky clean; found another weeks debris next to the night stand; hot water control valve needs to be replaced, but they guided us to cope with the situation by turning the knob as high as it would go. It would take a bit of time to get it hot and then it would go hot and cold during a shower. Cabin stewards, Ambert and Dominick were very friendly and accommodating. Read entire member review >>
Very nice port side aft room, short walk up 2 flights of stairs to the buffet and sunset bar on 10, short walk down 3 flights of stairs to select dining room on 5. Some rust in shower no hairdryer in bathroom, separate hairdryer by desk wasn't strong enough. Read entire member review >>
We really enjoyed our cabin on the Summit. Great location! The room was spacious and clean. The only think that I did not enjoy was being able to see the balcony on below us on deck 6. In that aspect, it was not as private as I would have liked. I liked the night light in the bathroom - this is a nice added feature. The beds were comfortable and the closets were spacious. Read entire member review >>
We tried a Conceirge Class stateroom on this cruise. It really wasn't worth it. The Canapes they had weren't that good. The Conceirge didn't even contact us telling us the different things he could do. That call came when we were in the stateroom and he was trying to fill a tour. This also was poorly planned. On other cruise lines the Conceirge calls after you book the cruise. Read entire member review >>
Quiet with the exception of occasional bumps from Oceanview Cafe above. Do not recommend port side due to smoking area being on deck 10 directly above. Typical room set-up with double bed and loveseat that made up into a bed. Could not access the desk or balcony once bed was folded down for the evening. Bathroom is adequate, but shower very small with "grabby" shower curtain. Storage was fine for three, including a child. Read entire member review >>
Well-located balcony spa concierge cabin. Great access to elevators, pool, and dining. Under the pool deck, so sometimes we could hear chairs move, but it was a minor consideration weighed against a convenient location and wide-open view. Read entire member review >>
The cabin itself was fine - standard cabin, but the shower needed to be pulled out and completely replaced. You could see mildew (or something dark-colored) on the wall of the shower. Replacing the shower curtain and rusty rings won't fix that. Read entire member review >>
We had a balcony room so it was nice to go out when pulling into port and take pictures. Made the room feel so much bigger. Also room service breakfast on the balcony was nice. Bath room was small but that is to be expected from those rooms.Plenty of room to store clothes and suitcases. Read entire member review >>
Support beams at 45 degree angle that went between cabins up to the overhang on the Lido deck above - the view was somewhat obstructed - for unobstructed view book a cabin on Deck 8. Sometimes/rarely noisy. Plenty of storage space BUT the closets are right across from the bathroom - can't open the bathroom door and closet doors at the same time. Tight fit walking between the foot of the bed and the wall. Read entire member review >>
9153 - There was a lot of room for storage in the cabin. Big closet, plenty of hangers. I didn't like the huge overhang on the balcony, it took away from my stargazing. Faces the sunset while in Bermuda and returning to Bayonne, which was very nice. Read entire member review >>
1102 - New cabin, some soot on chairs from smoke stack in the morning, but not a problem. The location of the room was excellent close to the elevators, buffet on 10 floor, and the top deck. The room was quiet, little exterior noise during the day, and none at night. The showers were excellent, with large bathrooms. Read entire member review >>
The stateroom we had was cramped. The closet was small, with very little drawer space. The vanity in the room, didn't have very much storage either. The bathroom was standard and small with only a shower, no tub. The balcony was average sized and had 2 chairs and a table. The room was quiet and far enough from the elevators to avoid noise, but close enough that you weren't walking a mile to get to them. I think our room was in a good location on the ship. Read entire member review >>
We booked cabin 7200. Great location, not much traffic it was at the end of the hall. Balcony had a table and two chairs, no loungers. Mattress was the worst I ever slept on. Cabin Stuart always left rotten fruit in the room. He never even cleaned the balcony while we were there. Cabin always had morning sun so it was a good place to eat room service breakfast. Hairdryer is hazardous, it's about 20 years old and kept sucking my hair into the motor. Read entire member review >>
7194 C3 Cabin.
The deck below juts out and their balcony is covered with a white privacy awning. This means that our cabin looked down and out onto a white expanse and then the sea. We could not look directly down and see the sea. This was a plus for me as I have vertigo and normally do not like to go near the edge of the balcony. The awning gave the illusion that the "edge" was further away so I was able to use the balcony to it's fullest.
I am allergic to certain pollens and mold. I suffered bad allergies in this cabin even after the flowers were removed. I didn't see any mold in the bathroom but wonder if at some time there had been a leak and mold had formed under the carpet or in the ceilings. Read entire member review >>
My cabin was on floor 10, perfectly located below all the lido deck activities. We had a Concierge Class balcony with a dinning table. The room was sized like every other veranda room but the balcony was slightly larger. The room was simple decorated and well appointed. Read entire member review >>
With a room at the AFT end of the ship deck 9 we were right under the buffet area. I did hear some noise from above but very minor.
Our balcony contained 2 chaise lounge chairs, 2 deck chairs and 2 tables (one round dining style table and one end table). We loved the view even in port. The only drawback was the fact that we were on deck 9 and just above us was the deck outside of The Waterfall Cafe which they hosed down each morning causing the end of our deck to get wet. When encountering rough seas the chairs are stacked close to the sliding glass doors and roped together preventing guests from endangering themselves on the balcony.
During rough seas the shower drain would be tilted up and shower water spilled out onto the floor. Our room steward cleaned it up without our even asking. My solution to this problem is to skip the shower. Also the closet doors need a better latch to prevent them from banging open and shut when the seas are rough.
With three in our room I slept on the sofa bed. It was quite comfortable and wider than the regular beds. To make the couch out the room steward moves the heavy glass coffee table onto the balcony. Once the sofa bed is in place there is only about 6" of space between the desk chair and bed making it difficult for anyone wishing to enter the balcony.
I would stay in this room again. Read entire member review >>
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